In order to promote the information, intelligent and standardized management of the stadiums in colleges and universities, and to provide better services for the stadiums of the 14th National Games of China in Shaanxi Province, this article explores the information management of stadiums in colleges and universities based on digital twin technology. Using digital twin technology to copy university stadiums in virtual space, as the mirroring, mapping, simulation and assistance of real stadiums, this article provides digital basic support for smart stadium planning, construction, and operation management, including comprehensive data simulation and operation management. This article puts forward the design conception of intelligent stadiums as well as the information function, social function, game-watching service function, data analysis function and so on.
digital twin technology, stadiums, information management
Sports Philosophy and Social Science Research Project of the State Sports General Administration (project number: 2370SS16107); Shaanxi Provincial Social Science Foundation Project (project number: 2016Q010); Xidian University Humanities and Information S
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